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governor, andrew cuomo gave his state of the speech addressed this week. here's the powerpoint presentation to emphasize his key points, covering ethics spending and what he calls smarter government. the governor also spoke out in favor of same-sex marriage. this is 50 minute. >> like them either, this is a time of change and renewal and eech w is open on her and a privilege to introduce to the podium for it is both his very first state of the state message. governor andrew cuomo. [applause] >> thank you. thank you very much. thank you. [applause] thank you very much. thank you.k you. thank you. thank you. well, good afternoon, new york. it is a better afternoon then die. 2200 people are here today to talk about their government and the way they never has before. afternoonnew yo good afternoon, new york.fternoon okay, first let me begin by me acknowledging a truly extraordinary public servant. he was a great mayor of rochester. he is going to be -- that's rochester.going he is going to be a phenomenalg
of his research with the powerpoint presentation. so, jeff, i don't know if you want to just -- >> right, i think i should probably go to the dais. thi i think the remote control is probably up there. all right. we have the deck? >> there we go. so thanks for having me back. i think that this is a significantly more exciting time to be at this conference than last year when i was here, which was immediately after the election of scott brown, when the future of the affordable care act was very much in doubt. i think that we're all a lot more hopeful this year. and i think the challenges that we face which are challenges of implementation are challenges that we'll all gladly take in exchange for having gotten this law passed. i want to talk a little bit about where we are now and about how we talk about the affordable care act. i'm going to run through a little bit on public opinion and then i'm going to run through some of our own research on messaging. so as we heard from stephanie earlier, support for the affordable care act has remained stagnant over the past year. but at the same time
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